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to go out to

to go out to

/ɡˌoʊ ˈaʊt tuː/
verb
(of one's thoughts) to feel sorry for someone and hope that they will get through the difficult situation they are in
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Every evening I watched Eliza and Georgiana putting on their new dresses and going out to parties.

And then we went out to dinner.

Sometimes we go out to the cinema.

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to call in

to call in

/kˈɔːl ˈɪn/
verb
to request someone's aid or services

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to walk out

to walk out

/wˈɔːk ˈaʊt/
verb
to leave suddenly, especially to show discontent

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to come after

to come after

/kˈʌm ˈæftɚ/
verb
to follow or Pursue
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The snake wakes up and comes after Sinbad.

Hippolyta and Emely came after them. '

When he came to Paris, I came after him - I wanted to watch him.

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to zoom in

to zoom in

/zˈuːm ˈɪn/
verb
to adjust the lens of a camera in a way that makes the person or thing being filmed or photographed appear closer or larger
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How do I zoom in?

And I don't know how to zoom in.

Let me see if I can zoom in for you people.

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to stand by

to stand by

/stˈænd bˈaɪ/
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to do nothing when it is necessary

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to get away with

to get away with

/ɡɛt ɐwˈeɪ wɪð/
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to escape punishment for one's wrong actions

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to move up

to move up

/mˈuːv ˈʌp/
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to move upward to a higher level, grade, or class

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to add up

to add up

/ˈæd ˈʌp/
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to make sense or seem reasonable

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to move away

to move away

/mˈuːv ɐwˈeɪ/
verb
to relocate to or go to live in another area
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The men quickly moved away from the cub.

He moved away from his mother to look around.

The train moved away from the station, into the black night again.

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to light up

to light up

/lˈaɪt ˈʌp/
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to make something bright by means of color or light

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to get about

to get about

/ɡɛt ɐbˈaʊt/
verb
to move from one place or person to another

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to come out with

to come out with

/kˈʌm ˈaʊt wɪð/
verb
to suddenly say something, especially in a rude or surprising way

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to weigh in

to weigh in

/wˈeɪ ˈɪn/
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to find one's weight, especially in an official measurement before or after a contest

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to play on

to play on

/plˈeɪ ˈɑːn/
verb
to take advantage of someone’s weaknesses or feelings
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What a trick you played on him!

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to break into

to break into

/bɹˈeɪk ˌɪntʊ/
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to enter or open a building, car, etc. by force, especially to steal something

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to work through

to work through

/wˈɜːk θɹˈuː/
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to deal with a problem, especially an emotional one, step by step and go through a process of accepting it
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" If I can just hold off, and just work through what I have.

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to cut down

to cut down

/kˈʌt dˈaʊn/
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to cut through something at its base in order to make it fall

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to pull off

to pull off

/pˈʊl ˈɔf/
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to be successful in doing something, such as achieving a goal, etc.

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to spread out

to spread out

/spɹˈɛd ˈaʊt/
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to separate a group of things and arrange or place them over a large area

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to go over to

to go over to

/ɡˌoʊ ˈoʊvɚ tuː/
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‌to change one's allegiance and join a different, and usually opposing group

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to lock in

to lock in

/lˈɑːk ˈɪn/
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to shut someone or oneself into a place by locking the door

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to get away from

to get away from

/ɡɛt ɐwˈeɪ fɹʌm/
verb
to start talking about something that is different from the topic of the discussion
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I must get away from here!'

It is a good place to get away from the crowds and the noise of the city.

Let's get away from here!

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to break out

to break out

/bɹˈeɪk ˈaʊt/
verb
to escape from a place of confinement

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to come by

to come by

/kˈʌm bˈaɪ/
verb
to make a short and casual visit to a place
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The enemy came by land and by sea.

So, I've had people come by, and they'll text me that they're here.

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